1. Thermodynamics : an engineering approach [2015]
- Book
- xxvi, 996 pages : illustrations ; 26 cm
- 1 Introduction and Basic Concepts 2 Energy, Energy Transfer, and General Energy Analysis 3 Properties of Pure Substances 4 Energy Analysis of Closed Systems 5 Mass and Energy Analysis of Control Volumes 6 The Second Law of Thermodynamics 7 Entropy 8 Exergy 9 Gas Power Cycles 10 Vapor and Combined Power Cycles 11 Refrigeration Cycles 12 Thermodynamic Property Relations 13 Gas Mixtures 14 Gas Vapor Mixtures and Air-Conditioning 15 Chemical Reactions 16 Chemical and Phase Equilibrium 17 Compressible Flow 18 (web chapter) Renewable Energy Appendix 1 Property Tables and Charts (SI Units) Appendix 2 Property Tables and Charts (English Units).
- (source: Nielsen Book Data)9780073398174 20160618
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9780073398174 20160618
- 1 Introduction and Basic Concepts 2 Energy, Energy Transfer, and General Energy Analysis 3 Properties of Pure Substances 4 Energy Analysis of Closed Systems 5 Mass and Energy Analysis of Control Volumes 6 The Second Law of Thermodynamics 7 Entropy 8 Exergy 9 Gas Power Cycles 10 Vapor and Combined Power Cycles 11 Refrigeration Cycles 12 Thermodynamic Property Relations 13 Gas Mixtures 14 Gas Vapor Mixtures and Air-Conditioning 15 Chemical Reactions 16 Chemical and Phase Equilibrium 17 Compressible Flow 18 (web chapter) Renewable Energy Appendix 1 Property Tables and Charts (SI Units) Appendix 2 Property Tables and Charts (English Units).
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(source: Nielsen Book Data)9780073398174 20160618
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- ME-257-01 -- Turbine and Internal Combustion Engines
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- Ihme, Matthias Matthias
2. Thermodynamics : an engineering approach [2011]
- Book
- xxiii, 1024 p. : ill. (some col.) ; 27 cm. + 1 DVD-ROM (4 3/4 in.)
- 1 Introduction and Basic Concepts 2 Energy Conversion and General Energy Analysis 3 Properties of Pure Substances 4 Energy Analysis of Closed Systems 5 Mass and Energy Analysis of Control Volumes 6 The Second Law of Thermodynamics 7 Entropy 8 Energy: A Measure of Work Potential 9 Gas Power Cycles 10 Vapor and Combined Power Cycles 11 Refrigeration Cycles 12 Thermodynamic Property Relations 13 Gas Mixtures 14 Gas Vapor Mixtures and Air-Conditioning 15 Chemical Reactions 16 Chemical and Phase Equilibrium 17 Compressible Flow Appendix 1 Property Tables and Charts (SI Units) Appendix 2 Property Tables and Charts (English Units).
- (source: Nielsen Book Data)9780077366742 20160604
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9780077366742 20160604
- 1 Introduction and Basic Concepts 2 Energy Conversion and General Energy Analysis 3 Properties of Pure Substances 4 Energy Analysis of Closed Systems 5 Mass and Energy Analysis of Control Volumes 6 The Second Law of Thermodynamics 7 Entropy 8 Energy: A Measure of Work Potential 9 Gas Power Cycles 10 Vapor and Combined Power Cycles 11 Refrigeration Cycles 12 Thermodynamic Property Relations 13 Gas Mixtures 14 Gas Vapor Mixtures and Air-Conditioning 15 Chemical Reactions 16 Chemical and Phase Equilibrium 17 Compressible Flow Appendix 1 Property Tables and Charts (SI Units) Appendix 2 Property Tables and Charts (English Units).
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- ME-257-01 -- Turbine and Internal Combustion Engines
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- Ihme, Matthias Matthias
3. Rocket propulsion elements [2010]
- Book
- xvi, 768 p. : ill. ; 25 cm.
- PREFACE. 1 Classification. 1.1. Duct Jet Propulsion. 1.2. Rocket Propulsion. 1.3. Applications of Rocket Propulsion. References. 2 Definitions and Fundamentals. 2.1. Definitions. 2.2. Thrust. 2.3. Exhaust Velocity. 2.4. Energy and Efficiencies. 2.5. Multiple Propulsion Systems. 2.6. Typical Performance Values. Problems. Symbols. References. 3 Nozzle Theory and Thermodynamic Relations. 3.1. Ideal Rocket. 3.2. Summary of Thermodynamic Relations. 3.3. Isentropic Flow Through Nozzles. 3.4. Nozzle Configurations. 3.5. Real Nozzles. 3.6. Nozzle Alignment. Problems. Symbols. References. 4 Flight Performance. 4.1. Gravity-Free Drag-Free Space Flight. 4.2. Forces Acting on a Vehicle in the Atmosphere. 4.3. Basic Relations of Motion. 4.4. Space Flight. 4.5. Flight Maneuvers. 4.6. Effect of Propulsion System on Vehicle Performance. 4.7. Flight Vehicles. 4.8. Military Missiles. 4.9. Flight Stability. Problems. Symbols. References. 5 Chemical Rocket Propellant Performance Analysis. 5.1. Background and Fundamentals. 5.2. Analysis of Chamber or Motor Case Conditions. 5.3. Analysis of Nozzle Expansion Processes. 5.4. Computer-Assisted Analysis. 5.5. Results of Thermochemical Calculations. Problems. Symbols. References. 6 Liquid Propellant Rocket Engine Fundamentals. 6.1. Types of Propellants. 6.2. Propellant Tanks. 6.3. Propellant Feed Systems. 6.4. Gas Pressure Feed Systems. 6.5. Tank Pressurization. 6.6. Turbopump Feed Systems and Engine Cycles. 6.7. Rocket Engines for Maneuvering, Orbit Adjustments, or Attitude Control. 6.8. Engine Families. 6.9. Valves and Pipelines. 6.10. Engine Support Structure. Problems. Symbols. References. 7 Liquid Propellants. 7.1. Propellant Properties. 7.2. Liquid Oxidizers. 7.3. Liquid Fuels. 7.4. Liquid Monopropellants. 7.5. Gelled Propellants. 7.6. Gaseous Propellants. 7.7. Safety and Environmental Concerns. Problems. Symbols. References. 8 Thrust Chambers. 8.1. Injectors. 8.2. Combustion Chamber and Nozzle. 8.3. Low-Thrust Rocket Thrust Chambers or Thrusters. 8.4. Materials and Fabrication. 8.5. Heat Transfer Analysis. 8.6. Starting and Ignition. 8.7. Random Variable Thrust. 8.8. Sample Thrust Chamber Design Analysis. Problems. Symbols. References. 9 Liquid Propellant Combustion and Its Stability. 9.1. Combustion Process. 9.2. Analysis and Simulation. 9.3. Combustion Instability. Problems. References. 10 Turbopumps and Their Gas Supplies. 10.1. Introduction. 10.2. Descriptions of Several Turbopumps. 10.3. Selection of Turbopump Configuration. 10.4. Flow, Shaft Speeds, Power, and Pressure Balances. 10.5. Pumps. 10.6. Turbines. 10.7. Approach to Turbopump Preliminary Design. 10.8. Gas Generators and Preburners. Problems. Symbols. References. 11 Engine Systems, Controls, and Integration. 11.1. Propellant Budget. 11.2. Performance of Complete or Multiple Rocket Propulsion Systems. 11.3. Engine Design. 11.4. Engine Controls. 11.5. Engine System Calibration. 11.6. System Integration and Engine Optimization. Problems. Symbols. References. 12 Solid Propellant Rocket Fundamentals. 12.1. Basic Relations and Propellant Burning Rate. 12.2. Other Performance Issues. 12.3. Propellant Grain and Grain Configuration. 12.4. Propellant Grain Stress and Strain. 12.5. Attitude Control and Side Maneuvers with Solid Propellant Rocket Motors. Problems. Symbols. References. 13 Solid Propellants. 13.1. Classification. 13.2. Propellant Characteristics. 13.3. Hazards. 13.4. Propellant Ingredients. 13.5. Other Propellant Categories. 13.6. Liners, Insulators, and Inhibitors. 13.7. Propellant Processing and Manufacture. Problems. References. 14 Solid Propellant Combustion and Its Stability. 14.1. Physical and Chemical Processes. 14.2. Ignition Process. 14.3. Extinction or Thrust Termination. 14.4. Combustion Instability. Problems. References. 15 Solid Rocket Components and Motor Design. 15.1. Motor Case. 15.2. Nozzles. 15.3. Igniter Hardware. 15.4. Rocket Motor Design Approach. Problems. References. 16 Hybrid Propellant Rockets. 16.1. Applications and Propellants. 16.2. Interior Hybrid Motor Ballistics. 16.3. Performance Analysis and Grain Configuration. 16.4. Design Example. 16.5. Combustion Instability. Problems. Symbols. References. 17 Electric Propulsion. 17.1. Ideal Flight Performance. 17.2. Electrothermal Thrusters. 17.3. Nonthermal Electrical Thrusters. 17.4. Optimum Flight Performance. 17.5. Mission Applications. 17.6. Electric Space-Power Supplies and Power-Conditioning Systems. Problems. Symbols. References. 18 Thrust Vector Control. 18.1. TVC Mechanisms with a Single Nozzle. 18.2. TVC with Multiple Thrust Chambers or Nozzles. 18.3. Testing. 18.4. Integration with Vehicle. Problems. References. 19 Selection of Rocket Propulsion Systems. 19.1. Selection Process. 19.2. Criteria for Selection. 19.3. Interfaces. References. 20 Rocket Exhaust Plumes. 20.1. Plume Appearance and Flow Behavior. 20.2. Plume Effects. 20.3. Analysis and Mathematical Simulation. Problems. References. 21 Rocket Testing. 21.1. Types of Tests. 21.2. Test Facilities and Safeguards. 21.3. Instrumentation and Data Management. 21.4. Flight Testing. 21.5. Postaccident Procedures. References. Appendix 1 Conversion Factors and Constants. Appendix 2 Properties of the Earth's Standard Atmosphere. Appendix 3 Summary of Key Equations for Ideal Chemical Rockets. Index.
- (source: Nielsen Book Data)9780470080245 20160605
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9780470080245 20160605
- PREFACE. 1 Classification. 1.1. Duct Jet Propulsion. 1.2. Rocket Propulsion. 1.3. Applications of Rocket Propulsion. References. 2 Definitions and Fundamentals. 2.1. Definitions. 2.2. Thrust. 2.3. Exhaust Velocity. 2.4. Energy and Efficiencies. 2.5. Multiple Propulsion Systems. 2.6. Typical Performance Values. Problems. Symbols. References. 3 Nozzle Theory and Thermodynamic Relations. 3.1. Ideal Rocket. 3.2. Summary of Thermodynamic Relations. 3.3. Isentropic Flow Through Nozzles. 3.4. Nozzle Configurations. 3.5. Real Nozzles. 3.6. Nozzle Alignment. Problems. Symbols. References. 4 Flight Performance. 4.1. Gravity-Free Drag-Free Space Flight. 4.2. Forces Acting on a Vehicle in the Atmosphere. 4.3. Basic Relations of Motion. 4.4. Space Flight. 4.5. Flight Maneuvers. 4.6. Effect of Propulsion System on Vehicle Performance. 4.7. Flight Vehicles. 4.8. Military Missiles. 4.9. Flight Stability. Problems. Symbols. References. 5 Chemical Rocket Propellant Performance Analysis. 5.1. Background and Fundamentals. 5.2. Analysis of Chamber or Motor Case Conditions. 5.3. Analysis of Nozzle Expansion Processes. 5.4. Computer-Assisted Analysis. 5.5. Results of Thermochemical Calculations. Problems. Symbols. References. 6 Liquid Propellant Rocket Engine Fundamentals. 6.1. Types of Propellants. 6.2. Propellant Tanks. 6.3. Propellant Feed Systems. 6.4. Gas Pressure Feed Systems. 6.5. Tank Pressurization. 6.6. Turbopump Feed Systems and Engine Cycles. 6.7. Rocket Engines for Maneuvering, Orbit Adjustments, or Attitude Control. 6.8. Engine Families. 6.9. Valves and Pipelines. 6.10. Engine Support Structure. Problems. Symbols. References. 7 Liquid Propellants. 7.1. Propellant Properties. 7.2. Liquid Oxidizers. 7.3. Liquid Fuels. 7.4. Liquid Monopropellants. 7.5. Gelled Propellants. 7.6. Gaseous Propellants. 7.7. Safety and Environmental Concerns. Problems. Symbols. References. 8 Thrust Chambers. 8.1. Injectors. 8.2. Combustion Chamber and Nozzle. 8.3. Low-Thrust Rocket Thrust Chambers or Thrusters. 8.4. Materials and Fabrication. 8.5. Heat Transfer Analysis. 8.6. Starting and Ignition. 8.7. Random Variable Thrust. 8.8. Sample Thrust Chamber Design Analysis. Problems. Symbols. References. 9 Liquid Propellant Combustion and Its Stability. 9.1. Combustion Process. 9.2. Analysis and Simulation. 9.3. Combustion Instability. Problems. References. 10 Turbopumps and Their Gas Supplies. 10.1. Introduction. 10.2. Descriptions of Several Turbopumps. 10.3. Selection of Turbopump Configuration. 10.4. Flow, Shaft Speeds, Power, and Pressure Balances. 10.5. Pumps. 10.6. Turbines. 10.7. Approach to Turbopump Preliminary Design. 10.8. Gas Generators and Preburners. Problems. Symbols. References. 11 Engine Systems, Controls, and Integration. 11.1. Propellant Budget. 11.2. Performance of Complete or Multiple Rocket Propulsion Systems. 11.3. Engine Design. 11.4. Engine Controls. 11.5. Engine System Calibration. 11.6. System Integration and Engine Optimization. Problems. Symbols. References. 12 Solid Propellant Rocket Fundamentals. 12.1. Basic Relations and Propellant Burning Rate. 12.2. Other Performance Issues. 12.3. Propellant Grain and Grain Configuration. 12.4. Propellant Grain Stress and Strain. 12.5. Attitude Control and Side Maneuvers with Solid Propellant Rocket Motors. Problems. Symbols. References. 13 Solid Propellants. 13.1. Classification. 13.2. Propellant Characteristics. 13.3. Hazards. 13.4. Propellant Ingredients. 13.5. Other Propellant Categories. 13.6. Liners, Insulators, and Inhibitors. 13.7. Propellant Processing and Manufacture. Problems. References. 14 Solid Propellant Combustion and Its Stability. 14.1. Physical and Chemical Processes. 14.2. Ignition Process. 14.3. Extinction or Thrust Termination. 14.4. Combustion Instability. Problems. References. 15 Solid Rocket Components and Motor Design. 15.1. Motor Case. 15.2. Nozzles. 15.3. Igniter Hardware. 15.4. Rocket Motor Design Approach. Problems. References. 16 Hybrid Propellant Rockets. 16.1. Applications and Propellants. 16.2. Interior Hybrid Motor Ballistics. 16.3. Performance Analysis and Grain Configuration. 16.4. Design Example. 16.5. Combustion Instability. Problems. Symbols. References. 17 Electric Propulsion. 17.1. Ideal Flight Performance. 17.2. Electrothermal Thrusters. 17.3. Nonthermal Electrical Thrusters. 17.4. Optimum Flight Performance. 17.5. Mission Applications. 17.6. Electric Space-Power Supplies and Power-Conditioning Systems. Problems. Symbols. References. 18 Thrust Vector Control. 18.1. TVC Mechanisms with a Single Nozzle. 18.2. TVC with Multiple Thrust Chambers or Nozzles. 18.3. Testing. 18.4. Integration with Vehicle. Problems. References. 19 Selection of Rocket Propulsion Systems. 19.1. Selection Process. 19.2. Criteria for Selection. 19.3. Interfaces. References. 20 Rocket Exhaust Plumes. 20.1. Plume Appearance and Flow Behavior. 20.2. Plume Effects. 20.3. Analysis and Mathematical Simulation. Problems. References. 21 Rocket Testing. 21.1. Types of Tests. 21.2. Test Facilities and Safeguards. 21.3. Instrumentation and Data Management. 21.4. Flight Testing. 21.5. Postaccident Procedures. References. Appendix 1 Conversion Factors and Constants. Appendix 2 Properties of the Earth's Standard Atmosphere. Appendix 3 Summary of Key Equations for Ideal Chemical Rockets. Index.
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- ME-257-01 -- Turbine and Internal Combustion Engines
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- Ihme, Matthias Matthias
4. Aircraft propulsion [2009]
- Book
- xxvi, 786 p. : ill. ; 26 cm.
"Aircraft Propulsion" is an engineering textbook written for students in aerospace and mechanical engineering. The book covers aircraft gas turbine engine and rocket propulsion from its basic principles to more advanced treatments in engine components. Propulsion system integration with aircraft plays an important role in understanding propulsion and is thus addressed in the book. Extensive review material and derivations are intended to help students navigate through the subject with more ease. Over 100 examples and 300 problems are designed to practice the principles learned in jet propulsion and compliment learning through applications.In every engine component, issues related to manufacturing, material properties, temperature limitations and cooling are included to give students an appreciation for the broader scope of propulsion engineering than just aero-thermodynamics. Component matching and off-design analysis is detailed in a separate chapter to provide the physical and performance linkage between the components and their impact on aircraft engines. Principles of chemical rocket propulsion are presented in the context of single-stage to orbit propulsion needs of a rocket-based combined cycle vehicle. The broad treatment of the gas turbine engine cycles and components makes the book suitable as a reference for propulsion and turbomachinery engineers, gas turbine industry and professional development courses.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9780470039069 20160528
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9780470039069 20160528
"Aircraft Propulsion" is an engineering textbook written for students in aerospace and mechanical engineering. The book covers aircraft gas turbine engine and rocket propulsion from its basic principles to more advanced treatments in engine components. Propulsion system integration with aircraft plays an important role in understanding propulsion and is thus addressed in the book. Extensive review material and derivations are intended to help students navigate through the subject with more ease. Over 100 examples and 300 problems are designed to practice the principles learned in jet propulsion and compliment learning through applications.In every engine component, issues related to manufacturing, material properties, temperature limitations and cooling are included to give students an appreciation for the broader scope of propulsion engineering than just aero-thermodynamics. Component matching and off-design analysis is detailed in a separate chapter to provide the physical and performance linkage between the components and their impact on aircraft engines. Principles of chemical rocket propulsion are presented in the context of single-stage to orbit propulsion needs of a rocket-based combined cycle vehicle. The broad treatment of the gas turbine engine cycles and components makes the book suitable as a reference for propulsion and turbomachinery engineers, gas turbine industry and professional development courses.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9780470039069 20160528
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9780470039069 20160528
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- Ihme, Matthias Matthias
5. Thermodynamics : an engineering approach [2008]
- Book
- xxxi, 1018 p. : ill. ; 27 cm. + 1 DVD-ROM (4 3/4 in.).
- 1 Introduction and Basic Concepts 2 Energy Conversion and General Energy Analysis 3 Properties of Pure Substances 4 Energy Analysis of Closed Systems 5 Mass and Energy Analysis of Control Volumes 6 The Second Law of Thermodynamics 7 Entropy 8 Exergy: A Measure of Work Potential 9 Gas Power Cycles 10 Vapor and Combined Power Cycles 11 Refrigeration Cycles 12 Thermodynamic Property Relations 13 Gas Mixtures 14 Gas-Vapor Mixtures and Air-Conditioning 15 Chemical Reactions 16 Chemical and Phase Equilibrium 17 Compressible Flow Appendix 1 Property Tables and Charts.
- (source: Nielsen Book Data)9780071250849 20160527
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9780071250849 20160527
- 1 Introduction and Basic Concepts 2 Energy Conversion and General Energy Analysis 3 Properties of Pure Substances 4 Energy Analysis of Closed Systems 5 Mass and Energy Analysis of Control Volumes 6 The Second Law of Thermodynamics 7 Entropy 8 Exergy: A Measure of Work Potential 9 Gas Power Cycles 10 Vapor and Combined Power Cycles 11 Refrigeration Cycles 12 Thermodynamic Property Relations 13 Gas Mixtures 14 Gas-Vapor Mixtures and Air-Conditioning 15 Chemical Reactions 16 Chemical and Phase Equilibrium 17 Compressible Flow Appendix 1 Property Tables and Charts.
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- ME-257-01 -- Turbine and Internal Combustion Engines
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- Ihme, Matthias Matthias
6. Engines : an introduction [1999]
- Book
- xvii, 248 p. : ill. ; 26 cm.
- Preface-- Acknowledgments-- Dedication-- 1. Thermodynamic considerations-- 2. Breathing exercises-- 3. Engine cooling-- 4. Engine friction losses-- 5. Flow in the cylinder-- 6. Overall engine performance-- 7. Design considerations-- 8. The Stanford ESP.
- (source: Nielsen Book Data)9780521642774 20160528
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9780521642774 20160528
- Preface-- Acknowledgments-- Dedication-- 1. Thermodynamic considerations-- 2. Breathing exercises-- 3. Engine cooling-- 4. Engine friction losses-- 5. Flow in the cylinder-- 6. Overall engine performance-- 7. Design considerations-- 8. The Stanford ESP.
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- ME-257-01 -- Turbine and Internal Combustion Engines
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- Ihme, Matthias Matthias
7. Gas turbine combustion [1999]
- Book
- xv, 400 p. : ill. ; 24 cm.
- 1.Basic Considerations 2.Combustion Fundamentals 3.Diffusers 4.Aerodynamics 5.Combustion Performance 6.Fuel Injection 7.Combustion Noise 8.Heat Transfer 9.Emissions.
- (source: Nielsen Book Data)9781560326731 20160528
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9781560326731 20160528
- 1.Basic Considerations 2.Combustion Fundamentals 3.Diffusers 4.Aerodynamics 5.Combustion Performance 6.Fuel Injection 7.Combustion Noise 8.Heat Transfer 9.Emissions.
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- Ihme, Matthias Matthias
- Book
- xviii, 641 p.
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ME-257-01
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- ME-257-01 -- Turbine and Internal Combustion Engines
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- Ihme, Matthias Matthias
- Book
- xvi, 279 p. : ill. ; 26 cm.
- Part I. Design of Engines for a New 600-Seat Aircraft: 1. Introduction-- 2. The aerodynamics of the aircraft-- 3. The creation of thrust in the engine-- 4. The gas turbine cycle-- 5. The principle and layout of jet engines-- 6. Elementary fluid mechanics of compressible gases-- 7. The selection of bypass ratio-- 8. Dynamic scaling and dimensional analysis-- 9. Turbomachinery: turbines and compressors-- 10. Overview-- Part II. Engine Component Characteristic and Engine Matching: 11. Component characteristics-- 12. Engine matching off-design-- Part III. The Design of the Engines for a New Fighter Aircraft: 13. A new fighter aircraft-- 14. Lift, drag and the effects of manoeuvring-- 15. Engines for combat aircraft-- 16. Design point for a combat aircraft-- 17. Combat engines off-design-- 18. Turbomachinery for combat aircraft-- Part IV. A Return to the Civil Engine: 19. A return to the civil transport engine-- 20. Conclusion-- Bibliography-- Index.
- (source: Nielsen Book Data)9780521593304 20160528
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9780521593304 20160528
- Part I. Design of Engines for a New 600-Seat Aircraft: 1. Introduction-- 2. The aerodynamics of the aircraft-- 3. The creation of thrust in the engine-- 4. The gas turbine cycle-- 5. The principle and layout of jet engines-- 6. Elementary fluid mechanics of compressible gases-- 7. The selection of bypass ratio-- 8. Dynamic scaling and dimensional analysis-- 9. Turbomachinery: turbines and compressors-- 10. Overview-- Part II. Engine Component Characteristic and Engine Matching: 11. Component characteristics-- 12. Engine matching off-design-- Part III. The Design of the Engines for a New Fighter Aircraft: 13. A new fighter aircraft-- 14. Lift, drag and the effects of manoeuvring-- 15. Engines for combat aircraft-- 16. Design point for a combat aircraft-- 17. Combat engines off-design-- 18. Turbomachinery for combat aircraft-- Part IV. A Return to the Civil Engine: 19. A return to the civil transport engine-- 20. Conclusion-- Bibliography-- Index.
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(source: Nielsen Book Data)9780521593304 20160528
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- ME-257-01 -- Turbine and Internal Combustion Engines
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- Ihme, Matthias Matthias
10. Mechanics and thermodynamics of propulsion [1992]
- Book
- xi, 754 p. : ill. ; 24 cm.
- 1. The Jet Propulsion Principle. 2. Mechanics and Thermodynamics of Fluid Flow. 3. Steady One-Dimensional Flow of a Perfect Gas. 4. Boundary Layer Mechanics and Heat Transfer. 5. Thermodynamcis of Aircraft Jet Engines. 6. Aerodynamics of Inlets, Combustors, and Nozzles. 7. Axial Compressors. 8. Axial Turbines. 9. The Centrifugal Compressor. 10. Performance of Rocket Vehicles. 11. Chemical Rocket Thrust Chambers. 12. Chemical Rocket Propellants: Combustion and Expansion. 13. Turbomachinery for Liquid-Propellant Rockets. 14. Electrical Rocket Propulsion.
- (source: Nielsen Book Data)9780201146592 20160528
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9780201146592 20160528
- 1. The Jet Propulsion Principle. 2. Mechanics and Thermodynamics of Fluid Flow. 3. Steady One-Dimensional Flow of a Perfect Gas. 4. Boundary Layer Mechanics and Heat Transfer. 5. Thermodynamcis of Aircraft Jet Engines. 6. Aerodynamics of Inlets, Combustors, and Nozzles. 7. Axial Compressors. 8. Axial Turbines. 9. The Centrifugal Compressor. 10. Performance of Rocket Vehicles. 11. Chemical Rocket Thrust Chambers. 12. Chemical Rocket Propellants: Combustion and Expansion. 13. Turbomachinery for Liquid-Propellant Rockets. 14. Electrical Rocket Propulsion.
- (source: Nielsen Book Data)9780201146592 20160528
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9780201146592 20160528
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- Ihme, Matthias Matthias
11. Internal combustion engine fundamentals [1988]
- Book
- xxix, 930 p., [2] p. of plates : ill. (some col.) ; 24 cm.
- 1 Engine Types and Their Operations 2 Engine Design and Operating Parameters 3 Thermochemistry of Fuel-Air Mixtures 4 Properties of Working Fluids 5 Ideal Models of Engine Cycles 6 Gas Exchange Processes 7 SI Engine Fuel Metering and Manifold Phenomena 8 Charge Motion within the Cylinder 9 Combustion in Ignition Engines 10 Combustion in Compression Ignition Engines 11 Pollutant Formation and Control 12 Engine Heat Transfer 13 Engine Friction and Lubrication 14 Modeling Real Engine Flow and Combustion Processes 15 Engine Operating Characteristics Appendixes.
- (source: Nielsen Book Data)9780070286375 20160528
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9780070286375 20160528
- 1 Engine Types and Their Operations 2 Engine Design and Operating Parameters 3 Thermochemistry of Fuel-Air Mixtures 4 Properties of Working Fluids 5 Ideal Models of Engine Cycles 6 Gas Exchange Processes 7 SI Engine Fuel Metering and Manifold Phenomena 8 Charge Motion within the Cylinder 9 Combustion in Ignition Engines 10 Combustion in Compression Ignition Engines 11 Pollutant Formation and Control 12 Engine Heat Transfer 13 Engine Friction and Lubrication 14 Modeling Real Engine Flow and Combustion Processes 15 Engine Operating Characteristics Appendixes.
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(source: Nielsen Book Data)9780070286375 20160528
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12. Engineering thermodynamics [1977]
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- xii, 690 p. : ill. ; 24 cm. + Solutions manual (470 p. ; 28 cm.)
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